ANOTHER Clip of Australian Health Official Referring to Post-COVID Era As ‘New World Order’ Emerges

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Another Australian health official caught referring to post-Covid era as 'New World Order'

Despite attempts by Big Tech and the mainstream media to downplay the controversy, another example of an Australian official using the term “New World Order” to describe the post-COVID era has emerged.

As we previously reported, eyebrows were raised earlier this week when Australian public health chief Dr. Kerry Chant told reporters, “We will be looking at what contact tracing looks like in the New World Order.” reports: Twitter immediately put out an ‘explainer’ dismissing the controversy as an ‘unfounded conspiracy theory.’

“Fact-checkers have regularly debunked claims connected to the conspiracy theory,” claimed the advisory. “The phrase is regularly used to times of change or cultural shift.”

In reality, just like ‘The Great Reset’, the term ‘New World Order’ is routinely used by world leaders to signify their complicity in pushing for an agenda characterized by accelerated centralization of power and the evisceration of liberties.

Underscoring how the term was not just a throwaway comment of no real significance as the media would have it, another example of a NSW health official using the same words has been unearthed.

During a July 2020 press conference about the pandemic, Minister for Health Brad Hazzard stated, “This is a world pandemic, it’s a one in a 100-year event, so you can expect that we will have transmission from time to time, and that’s just the way it is. We’ve got to accept that this is the new world order.”

Hazzard used the same term again in another briefing, commenting, “We must treat this new world order… this new world of Covid. We must treat this new world of Covid, even in our own homes, with a high level of care and caution.”

So far from being a one off insignificance, Dr. Kerry’s reference to COVID helping to bring about a “New World Order” is part of a historical pattern.


  1. I remember seeing George Bush senior use that phrase on live TV in front of Congress in relation to the Gulf War.

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